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Opinion

Alia Ibrahim- Lebanese writer and journalist
Will there be a day, when we feel less compelled to look over our shoulder – or at our phones – with fear and suspicion? Is it really possible we will feel safe at home again?
Hiwa Othman
Thirty years later, corruption is still rife in Kurdistan, and the wealth is controlled by the political elite. The Peshmerga forces are still divided between Erbil and Sulaymaniyah, despite the parties’ promises to unify them.
Vicken Cheterian
Snap Parliamentary Elections will be held in Armenia on June 20. Will anything survive from the promises of the 2018 peaceful revolution?
Pascale Sawma
A trauma that involves waiting in line for hours to fill up your car, normalizing living a life without electricity, and accepting the fact that all our savings have been stolen …
Aya Mansour – Iraqi Journalist
Dozens of people fell. Friends were kidnapped and disappeared. And yet the chairs of power did not budge. This hurts me, makes me cry and hate myself and the day I was born here. To see such injustice and not being able to change it, even though we tried. I swear, we tried. We tried so much that we wasted the blood of 650 dreams, and thoughts, and laughs, and innocent faces. But our attempts were not enough. We lost and the government did not lose a thing. Its influence and tyranny only increased.
Diana Moukalled
All the evils seen in recent days in Gaza, Lod and Jerusalem are the inevitable and explosive result of the Israeli occupation that has lasted for over 70 years.
Fadi Twainy
In order to understand the motivation behind recent “Lebanese Federalism”, let’s hear the arguments made by some of its advocates…
Hazem El Amin
INTRO If Barghouti were elected, the president of the Palestinian Authority would be an Israeli prisoner. What else can expose the Palestinian reality to the world? What else can show that the occupation is nothing but a prison?
Balqis Abu Asbaa
Dedicated to all my former students at Sana’a University, who were swept away by the war and left this world too soon.
Ann Dismorr and Rachel Dore-Weeks
Violence against women is still seen by too many as acceptable and too often normalized. But it is far from normal – we must stop letting it be.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني